April 12, 2010

don't eat that, yes eat it

  • Jamie Oliver's FOOD REVOLUTION: an extraordinary outreach to American communities in need of lifestyle change in the area of nutrition, searching for effective ways to transform the real world of children's school cafeterias and families' eating habits at home. With kids not able to identify simple common vegetables, and communities confused with how to flip the routine of fatty, processed foods, this show surely can have a positive effect on the health of America.

  • A VIEWER'S summary of Jamie Oliver's FOOD REVOLUTION on Food Network:
*IN THE ACTUAL, SUCCESSIVE ORDER OF PRESENTATION FOR A PARTICULAR VIEWER, (MYSELF)*


Well-known chef guy.

Helping a community learn about and fight obesity.

Bacon commercial featuring Paula Deen. BACON!

Fresh vegetables are good. (what is THAT?)

Eating less fried and processed foods is good.

Wendy's is good.

Is America ever really going to legitimately take this healthy information in combating with all these conflicting messages?
Or better yet,
What are these fried or fast food brands thinking?

April 5, 2010